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Youtube vs Blogger - Making Money Online

Updated on May 2, 2015

Making money online as become easier as there many options to choose from now. The Google sites, Blogger and Youtube are very popular choices in this industry. But, which of these sites will make more passive income for you. Let's move on to the second paragraph.


Youtube is large video streaming site with many users. Many people make money here by video blogging. Many people post videos about their daily lives and product reviews. Between these two topics, product reviews are the hotter topic. Many people search Youtube for review and unboxing videos. There are also other topics you could make video about.


Many people these days own a blog. Owning a blog isn't important, it's what you're going to post. Unlike Youtube, posting blog entries about your daily life isn't going to get you many views. Compared to Youtube, blogger has a smaller audience. Many people these days prefer to watch videos instead of reading articles. The advantages of blogging is that it's easy. You could write multiple professional articles with the time taken to make a professional Youtube video. Editing the a blog entry is much easier that editing a Youtube video



  • Wider audience
  • More views within a set amount of time / faster earning
  • More fun


  • Easy to make and publish
  • Less time consumed
  • More content made within a shorter amount of time



  • Time consuming
  • Good video editor needed
  • Time taken to publish a video varies with internet speed / might be slower


  • Less wider audience
  • Need to be search engine optimized
  • Less views within a set amount of time


This are my personal thoughts of Youtube and Blogger. Thank you for reading and have a nice day.


You could also go for Hubpages and Dailymotion. Hubpages is also a great place to make money online while Dailymotion is a great place to upload video online. Youtube maybe superior tha Dailymotion, but Hubpages is more superior than Blogger. You'll make more money hubbing than blogging. There are also other alternatives to blogger like starting your own website or Infobarrel.

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